Is he Tango or Teddy? Lost dog at Halsall brings in a flurry of concern September 18th, 2016 Pat Regan Latest News Shares Comments Following my blog article, which also appeared on OTS News (see below), we have had many contacts with concerned dog owners. A few of these correspondents may have vital details regarding the lost dog in question. Please note that the photo of the dog above is NOT the missing one but for illustration purposes only. Lost Dog at Halsall, Lancashire, on canal tow path Please consider the following data (sent in by a lady called ‘Shan’), which we have just received this morning. Could this be the missing dog? “Teddy was stolen in March from Ramsbottom Lancs and was sold on. Teddy is believed to have been sold on in the Liverpool area but could now be anywhere in the country. He will be two years old in November 2016 he is micro-chipped and is reported as stolen. Teddy has a fat tail at the base and it is also a little bent, as he suffered a broken tail. Teddy is a big lovable boy but does not let you touch his tail as he doesn’t like it. Teddy also has a little white on his chest but very little. Teddy is very much loved and missed and also will be missing his family. You may have bought him in good faith and not known that he is stolen, so if you have bought a dog like Teddy since March please take him to the vets for scanning. We are sure that you love him but he has a family that loves him and that he adores back. You will be reimbursed of any monies you paid for Teddy. Teddy has a Facebook page called ‘Help me find my Teddy boy stolen’. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1763800333861144/?__mref=message_bubble# Please join and help to bring him home where he belongs. ” We believe the number given on the photo belongs to Teddy’s owner, Paula. We also believe that the lost dog could be called ‘Tango’ and belong to persons in the Plex Moss Lane, Halsall, area. This is however NOT confirmed yet. Paula, Teddy’s owner may be contacted on: 07857369323. Shan, who is linked to this case via Dog Rescue, may be contacted on: 07756207652. The numbers below relate to all relevant dog wardens. If you see a brown dog of this type alone then please call them immediately. Lancashire: Lancaster dog warden 01524 58 27 57 Wyre dog warden 01253 89 10 00 Ribble Valley dog warden 01200 42 51 11 Pendle dog warden 01282 66 17 43 Blackpool dog warden 01253 47 74 77 Fylde dog warden 01253 65 86 58 Preston dog warden 01772 90 61 61 Hyndburn dog warden 01254 38 06 43 Burnley dog warden 01282 42 50 11 South Ribble dog warden 01772 62 55 91 / 92 West Lancashire dog warden 01695 58 52 54 Chorley dog warden 01257 51 51 51 Blackburn With Darwin dog warden 01254 58 53 97 Rossendale dog warden 0161 334 0042 Merseyside: Sefton dog warden 0845 140 0845 out of hours 0151 374 2174 Wirral dog warden 0151 647 87 99 Liverpool dog warden 0151 233 30 01 out of hours 0151 374 2174 Knowsley dog warden 0151 443 24 55 out of hours 0151 374 2174 St Helens dog warden 01744 45 67 89 Please click on this link to help spread the news… https://www.thunderclap.it/en/projects/47000 Pat Regan © http://pat-regan.blogspot.co.uk/ More: http://pat-regan.blogspot.co.uk/2016/09/is-he-tango-or-teddy-lost-dog-at.html Submit News Contact us with your community, business or sport news. Phone 07581350321 Email email@example.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Otsnews-Southport-1575528676012039/ Twitter www.twitter.com/onthespot_news Breaking local news as it happens, searchable archives with photographs, the ability to instantly comment on news articles – there are so many advantages to OTS (Onthespot) News. If you want your news read locally online then send it to firstname.lastname@example.org – relying only on the newspaper is to restrict yourself to an ever reducing audience. Related Comments comments!